Monthly Archives: March 2017

#MIPIM fun with PR Guy Mart – better late than never…

  #MIPIM Fun With [former] PR Guy Martin Liptrot   The #MIPIM bash tops everything, The Med sun’s rays are beating, The cost of living’s up. Kerching! Fine wines, al fresco eating, The Wirral team sport golden bling, On sunbeds they’re reclining, This Halliday’s now in full swing, PR guy … Continue reading

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Tories break electoral rules up to a MILLION times in W Mids mayoral campaign

This dubious conduct by the Conservatives is not new and keys in with Applied IF Ltd’s forensic investigations into the outcome of the May 2015 General Election (ongoing) which took everybody – the public, media commentators, journalists and professional pollsters … Continue reading

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We met the Wirral Council leader for the first time today. We were not impressed

27th March 2017 We collared the council leader today as he briefly left the 10:00 AM cabinet meeting due to a conflict of interest (his wife is a pharmacist apparently). We held the door open for him and once we … Continue reading

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Wirral Council. New Customer Service System soon… BUT… will it be bullied into position?

  Woah… @bainesy1969 @ADransfield @tim2040 An endorsement of disabled employees being bullied http://t.co/aUWt5pSOHs pic.twitter.com/JdqSJRNTiU — WirralInItTogether (@Wirral_In_It) March 28, 2015 As a follow-up to our earlier post, here’s a link to a Wirral Council meeting called for this Monday 27th … Continue reading

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Protest by Compassion in Care and Supporters at CQC headquarters, Buckingham Palace Road 22 March 2017

Originally posted on Alexander's Excavations:
  A copy of a letter to the Prime Minister protesting the Care Quality Commission’s failures, and its CEO David Behan’s knighthood, was handed in to CQC. ? The letter: http://compassionincare.com/node/292 ? CQC is…

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A “Gandhi-like Revolt” – against the DWP

20th March 2017 My fellow Wirral whistleblower Nigel Hobro has been in touch with what could one day amount to a ground-breaking proposal. Please read on: Salve Paul, In 2014 I had occasion to be referred to Ingeus on the Work … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE – Wirral Council is Taking an Axe to its Customer Service Staff – 100 Full Time Jobs to Go

18th March 2017 Spring is in the air, but there’s no spring in the step for a large section of Wirral Council’s junior staff, striving away – but with scant reward – in their Customer Service roles. These are the frontline, … Continue reading

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It’s 2017. The Great Energy Rip Off Proceeds Uninterrupted. Time for a ‘Cross Word’ from 1994?

12th March 2017 The year is 1992.  The great energy privatisation approaches.  Like his predecessor, newly-installed Prime Minister John Major has reassured us that competition between newly-privatised electricity companies is a great idea, as it will ‘drive down prices for customers’. … Continue reading

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As Wirral Borough Council forks out £1.3 million – ‘Transformation’ is the watch-word

12th March 2017 Following this recent article in the Wirral Globe… http://www.wirralglobe.co.uk/news/15145472.Wirral_Council_forks_out___1_3m_on_temporary_managers_and_consultants_amid_outcry_over_cuts/ …it’s becoming clear that despite crushing austerity for us mere mortals, large gobbets of council tax money are being magicked up to create highly-remunerated senior posts, some apparently … Continue reading

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NW Labour finally emails Wallasey members re suspension. Condescendingly

The SKWAWKBOX Earlier this week, the SKWAWKBOX covered reports of the lifting of the suspension of Wallasey CLP (constituency Labour party) – which members had not yet been informed about – and the ridiculous ongoing disciplinary action against its elected … Continue reading

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